I’ve said in other reviews of that you can tell a lot about a barbecue place by their brisket. It’s the most difficult meat to get right, so if it’s good, chances are everything else will be too. In this case, the brisket was okay; not terrible, but not great either. It was well presented and a decent portion for the money, but it was pretty dry. A decent selection of in-house made sauces helped a bit, and the flavour was there, but would have been much better if the meat was moist. The sides chosen from a good sized list of options were good, and the service was very good as well. It’s not like I wouldn’t eat here again, or even try the brisket again - perhaps what I was served was from a leaner part of the point, and next time might get a juicier portion from the flat.
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